THE POOR READING CULTURE IN NIGERIAN SECONDARY SCHOOLS: A WAY FORWARD

AUTHOR: EZENWOSU NGOZI E.

FROM: THE DIGNITY OF A FRENCH TEACHER: CELEBRATING PROF. JULIE AGBASIERE

This paper examined reading culture as a life-long activity and also looked at reasons why the general public should develop interest in reading. For students, (especially secondary school students), reading is an imperative, not an option. The paper also identified possible causes of poor reading culture among Nigerian secondary school students and made some positive suggestions toward resolving this important issue. It also highlighted the need to expose students to numerous sessions of reading practice, which will invariably expose them to the latest techniques and modalities for training in this important literacy skill especially in the globalized world of the 21st century.

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